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According to the analysis of EU experts, the world ’s oil and energy resources will be reduced by about 80% in the next 30 years. The EU ’s R & D corresponding policies for the oil reduction crisis are also the focus of international political, economic, military, and diplomatic attention. China's economy and society continue to develop rapidly, with a large population and large resource consumption, which cannot be separated from strong energy security. In the context of the in-depth development of economic globalization and the advancement of China's modernization, China's energy problem is facing serious challenges.
One of the main oil consumption is cars. Looking at some developed countries in Europe, there are already plans to gradually phase out gasoline cars. It seems that some more radical countries such as Germany have begun to do these tasks from 2025. According to some news reports, Gradually stop selling fuel vehicles, then gradually phase out, and change to hybrid and pure electric vehicles. I hope that all fuel gas will be eliminated in the middle of this century, and fuel vehicles will no longer be allowed on the road.
The United States is similar. Tesla and other electric cars have made a name for themselves in the United States. Many Americans have begun to accept electric cars. Even if Trump announced the launch of the Paris Agreement, some states still announced that they would abide by the Paris Agreement and achieve reductions. The so-called emission reduction is known as carbon emissions, and carbon emissions are mainly oil.
And the world, including China, the environmental protection tax for the number of car engine increases is also getting heavier. In addition, the emissions of sulfur dioxide, soot, dust nitrogen dioxide, and carbon dioxide have made it difficult to improve the ecological environment. Everyone is working to promote environmental protection Earth, so the future of oil will be less and less, after all, there is only one earth.
Relevant policies from various countries have been promulgated intensively, and the policy system has been gradually improved. The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, the State Council, the Development and Reform Commission, the Energy Bureau, and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology have issued nearly 80 major policies in the field of new energy, including comprehensive policies, regulations, planning, management measures, technical specifications and other types, involving new energy and renewable energy , Light energy, wind energy, biomass energy, geothermal energy and many other aspects.